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Sunday TV ratings: 'America's Funniest Home Videos' rerun hits big
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Sunday TV ratings: 'America's Funniest Home Videos' rerun hits big

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Sunday TV Ratings: 'America's Funniest Home Videos' Rerun Hits Big

As the July 4th holiday weekend wrapped up, Sunday, July 5's primetime broadcast television was quieter than usual. However, as has been case during the summer months, CBS' 60 Minuteswith stories on tennis great Rafael Nadal, the Flint, Michigan water crisis legacy, and an architect who continued his career after going blind, won the night in total viewers with 6.1 million.

In the 18-49 demo, a rerun of ABC's America's Funniest Home Videos grabbed the top spot with a 0.5 rating. Also performing strongly with 4.0 million total viewers was the NASCAR Cup Series airing in the 7-9pm time slot on NBC.

Here's the breakdown for Sunday, July 5, 2020 (numbers are fast-affiliate based):

Time ShowAdults 18-49 ratingsTotal Viewers (millions)
7:00 p.m.America’s Funniest Home Videos - R  (ABC)0.54.3
 60 Minutes (CBS)0.46.1
 NASCAR Cup Series   (NBC)0.34.0
 Last Man Standing - R  (Fox)0.2923,000
7:30 p.m.Duncanville – R (Fox)0.2507,000
8 p.m.60 Minutes Presents - R (CBS)0.44.3
 Celebrity Family Feud – R (ABC)0.43.3
 The Simpsons – R (Fox)0.2723,000
 DC’s Stargirl - R  (CW)0.1379,000
8:30 p.m.Bless The Harts – R (Fox)0.2566,000
9:00 p.m.Press Your Luck - R (ABC)0.42.8
 NCIS: Los Angeles - R (CBS)0.33.0
 America’s Got Talent - R  (NBC)0.32.1
 Bob’s Burgers – R (Fox)0.2643,000
 Penn & Teller: Fool Us  - R (CW)0.1473,000
9:30 p.m.Family Guy – R (Fox)0.3820,000
10 p.m.Match Game - R (ABC)0.42.7
 NCIS: New Orleans – R (CBS)0.32.9

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